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Dodgers open kosher food stand at Dodger Stadium

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The Dodgers have a proud history of Jewish players, from Sandy Koufax and Norm Sherry to Shawn Green and Joc Pederson. They play in a city renowned for its Jewish culture and heritage.

So should it be so hard to get a kosher dog at a Dodgers game?

Not anymore. The Dodgers are opening a kosher food stand, located next to Tommy Lasorda’s Trattoria in the right field plaza.

For now, the stand will offer three types of kosher hot dogs: regular ($9), jalapeno ($9) and Italian sausage ($10). The Dodgers say additional kosher offerings will be added as the season goes on.

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The stand will be closed Friday nights and Saturday, when Jews celebrate Shabbat, and on Jewish holidays.


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